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Phoos Table

Not all foosball tables have to be dull rectangle boxes. The Phoos Table ($600) is a testament to good design, with sleek lines, engineered wood construction, stylish metal feet, a light green playing surface, two included red plastic playing balls, two wooden abacuses for keeping score, and sculptural wooden players. Scot Herbst should be proud.

  • Pedale Playing Cards

    Add a touch of class to your weekly poker game with these Pedale Playing Cards ($15). Each card in the 52+ deck has been individually designed by Pedale Design, with gorgeous, detailed illustrations replacing the pedestrian art we've become used to on our face cards. Even the box is custom-designed, and thanks to printing by the US Playing Card Company, you can be sure that they'll last — at least until your hot-tempered buddy gets hit with a bad break. [via]

  • Dunhill Poker Set

    It's hard to convince your poker buddies to raise the weekly stakes if you're playing with chips that cost less than the beer they bring with them. This Dunhill Poker Set ($700) can take care of that situation, and then some. It includes three hundred aluminum chips in various colors, five poker dice, and two packs of silver-edged Alfred Dunhill playing cards, all housed in a carbon fiber box with a sliding lid. Next thing you know, you'll have to establish a dress code. [Scouted by Erik]